Thank you for providing the information on the issues you are seeing. We are attempting to replicate these issues and will provide an update as soon as we find out more.
I am also seeing similar screen corruption issues using Unite 3.2 on MacOS 10.13.3 (High Sierra) on a 2016 Macbook Pro with Intel Iris Graphics 540 1536 MB.
If you have a similar Mac and Unite 3.2.0, the issue should be EASY to replicate. It happens with all apps, and it's easy to see when you scroll.
Join Unite, present your screen, and do some scrolling, and you will see blocks of the screen that are not updated.
I attached an image which shows the problem. This is a picture of a large screen displayed via Unite, with a red box around the screen artifact.
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Please notice that we have posted the Intel Unite(R) Client for Mac OSX* version 3.3.0 that includes fixes for the issues reported on this thread.
Download is available here: Intel Unite(R) Client for Mac OSX* 3.3.0
Thanks for the new version. It is a huge improvement! We have a few bugs to report. Where should we do that? I'll post them here for starters, but let me know if somewhere else is more appropriate.
1) You cannot connect to a hub if your Mac is bound to Active Directory and you are using a mobile account. If the account is local to the machine, it works fine. If logged in to a network account, it won't connect.
2) Performance is great on a modern 13" Touchbar MBP. It is not good on a 15" Touchbar MBP. If you downgrade the video, it works well, but at native resolution, it is very choppy.
Please let me know if there is other testing you would like done.